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Old 08-13-2011, 07:48 AM  
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My couch cushions have lost their density and are really sagging. I'm looking to get the cushions replaced. There are 2 cushions (36" x 36"). Can someone give me a ballpark cost? I know this varies depending on the material but a best guess would be appreciated.



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Old 08-16-2011, 11:08 AM  
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Old 08-21-2011, 03:08 PM  
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I know it's not the same as replacing the cushions, but may help in the future, I saw something on an infomercial the other night about these products you put under the cushion to fix the sag. In all seriousness it looked like a piece of siding.

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Old 08-28-2011, 07:56 PM  
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Could you not just buy a bag of cotton from wal mart and re fill them yourself?

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Could you not just buy a bag of cotton from wal mart and re fill them yourself?
Since the OP said they weren't doing that, I didn't mention it, but that is what I thought of. I also have to wonder if I can't do the same thing with my flattening couch pillows here, wasn't even thinking about that until now, nice! Thank you!
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No problem. Let me know how it works, I would be concerned that you might get a lot of lumps in the cushions by doing it yourself. I have a few cushions that are getting flat as well, so if it works for you I will def be doing it myself as well.

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No problem. Let me know how it works, I would be concerned that you might get a lot of lumps in the cushions by doing it yourself. I have a few cushions that are getting flat as well, so if it works for you I will def be doing it myself as well.
How to Restuff Sofa Cushions | eHow.com

This link shows how to do it with memory foam mattress pads. I think this is the best bet. I'm going to work on just the throw pillows with the couch in a few weeks when I have the money. That I think I have the best bet of doing cheaply and still looking good =)
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I don't exactly, but I'm sure you can find it on the internet. Try there you will definitely get the solution.

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Wak mart is a good place to buy such things.
Yeah, normally I don't support wal mart because of how cheap a lot of their products are, but their Crafts section is awesome if you are into that.


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